A second person is now charged in what Covington Police said was a Tinder date that turned out to be a set-up for a robbery attempt.
Each year, the Friends of Covington presents its Beautification Awards to homeowners and property owners who have improved their properties, where the winners are given a coveted banner to adorn th
A ribbon was cut Thursday on the new Collaborative for Economic Engagement, described as a one-stop innovation hub for businesses and entrepreneurs pursuing growth.
The Kenton County Fiscal Court on Tuesday night moved forward with its role as fiduciary agent in the creation of the Jacob Spears Licking River Water Trail, which is intended to explore the region
The Covington city commission is expected next week to offer approval on an incentive package for M&M Service Station Equipment Specialists which, Tom West, the city's economic development mana
Residents of a Covington apartment community will receive added benefits with Ovation Pavilion, the new Newport music venue, opens.
Covington Independent Public Schools students will receive meals from the district starting on Wednesday.
Covington's neighborhoods are the focus of a presentation this week, part of the Behringer-Crawford Museum's NKY History Hour, a virtual conversation about the region's past and present.
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A Covington woman surprised her husband over the weekend with a birthday party catered in the style of the New York delis that the couple has been missing since living in isolation during the pande
Northern Kentucky singer and pianist Jimmy Lee Hook is set to perform Saturday at the Carnegie in Covington with a tribute to the famed Face to Face tour of pop music legends Elton John and Billy J
Bean Haus, the popular coffee shop and bakery in Covington's Mainstrasse Village and a new location on the way in the city's Eastside neighborhood, is now branching out to Latonia.
The Covington board of education on Thursday voted to rent computers and similar devices from Covington-based Blair Technology Group due to a delay in receiving 1,050 iPads and other devices from a
The popular Beyond the Curb urban living tours that typically take place twice a year in Northern Kentucky's river cities, is virtual this year.